Ferrari Trento 1902
"The FORMULA 1 ARAMCO BRITISH GRAND PRIX 2023® at Silverstone has a rich and deep history. The museum offers an exciting opportunity for fans to engage with that history to see how far the sport has come. Ferrari Trento is honoured and excited to be a part of this history and be a part of its future. The Silverstone Museum offers fans the chance to see the bottles used on the podiums up close and we hope they feel a bit closer to their favourite drivers in the process."
Established more than a century ago in Italy's northern region of Trentino, Ferrari has earned worldwide recognition as the premier producer of luxury sparkling wines.
Founded in 1902, when Trento was still a province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Ferrari has kept the features of a family company. Ferrari refers solely to Lunelli family, descendant of that famous Bruno, who in 1952 purchased the winery from Giulio Ferrari, with a production of less than ten thousand bottles per year.
Excellence has always been the inspiration behind every choice at Ferrari. Excellence implies loyalty to Metodo Classico as the sole production process and to Trentino, with its extraordinary mountainside viticulture, as terroir of choice for its vineyards. In fact, all the grapes intended to become Ferrari, such as Chardonnay and Pinot Nero, come from the hillsides of Trentino mountains, are cultivated according to the Trentodoc guidelines and the strict company procedures, in order to grant sustainability.
Today Ferrari ranks high among the most prestigious sparkling wine producers in the world as the recipient for the fifth time of “Producer of the Year” at
“The Champagne and Sparkling Wine World Championships”. “Winery of the Year” by Gambero Rosso, Ferrari is also a perennial recipient of Tre Bicchieri, Italy's highly wine accolade, which commented its choice with these words: “Enjoy the best bubbles of Italy, which are also among the best in the world”.
Ferrari is a leader company in Italy and exports its Trentodoc wines in more than 50 countries. Japan, Germany and the United States are the most relevant markets for an increasingly growing export.
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